If your dog is suffering from some form of skin condition then they may be excessively Itching, scratching, and licking. Here, our Tracy vets discuss various skin problems that could affect your dog as well as how to treat symptoms such as itching and scratching.
In our blog series, our Tracy veterinarians regularly share helpful tips and advice for keeping your pets healthy and happy.
As a cat parent, your biggest role is to not only make sure that your feline friend is happy but also that they are well taken care of and healthy. Today, our Tracy vets discuss how often you should bring your cat in for routine pet checkups and how that varies depending on their age.
There are many reasons why a cat may vomit, and while it may not always be concerning there are moments that you may want to consider seeking care for your cat. Today, our Tracy vets share some of the common reasons why your cat may be vomiting and when you should bring them to see a vet.
If your dog begins to stagger or fall over then it is important to seek veterinary attention as there are a variety of serious conditions that could cause this behavior. Here, our Tracy vets discuss some of the issues that could cause your dog to begin to fall over and when you should get help.
Dogs are known for exploring their world through the act of chewing. While this may not be an issue if they are chewing on dog-safe objects, occasionally a dog may chew on a dangerous object and begin choking. Here, our Tracy emergency vets talk about the steps to take in an emergency situation where your dog is choking.
Dogs love to chew on and eat all sorts of things. While you are outside playing or walking around you may notice that your dog enjoys chewing on all the grass. Our Tracy vets talk about why your dog may be eating grass, and whether or not it's safe or good for them.
A dog's ACL or cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) is the connective tissue that joins the shin and the thigh bones together. Sometimes this ligament can be injured. Our Tracy vets talk about how your dog's ACL can become torn, along with signs of injury as well as treatment options.